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Christine Mayer to present at PechaKucha Akron 

January 28, 2016
GAR's president Christine Mayer will present at Pecha Kucha Akron, Volume II at the Akron Civic Theatre on February 5. Pecha Kucha is a Japanese style of presenting where presenters must follow... Read More
 
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A fond farewell to Brittany Grimes Zaehringer 

January 20, 2016
This month we will say goodbye to our esteemed friend and colleague, Brittany Grimes Zaehringer as she relocates to join her husband and begin a new role in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Since... Read More
 
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Applications for the Richard Chenoweth Qualified Scholarship Fund now being accepted 

January 11, 2016
Applications for the Richard Chenoweth Qualified Scholarship Fund for Summit County students are now available. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2016. The application is administered by... Read More
 
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Educator Initiative Grants now available 

January 11, 2016
The 2016 Educator Initiative Grant (EIG) program application is now available on the GAR website. Teams of K-12 teachers may apply now through February 19, 2016. The EIG program is an annual... Read More
 
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Daniel Horrigan takes oath of office as mayor, promises to seek unprecedented partnerships 

January 07, 2016
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on the Akronist. By: Chris Miller Akron is at a critical crossroads, said Mayor Daniel Horrigan, who on Jan. 1 was sworn in at Greystone ... Read More
 
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Transforming Akron into Arts Town 

January 04, 2016
In Dan Shingler recent article for Crain's Cleveland, he refers to Akron as experiencing an "artistic renaissance" in part as a result of the efforts that followed the GAR and... Read More
 
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